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Alibaba Cloud aims for further global expansion with new features
Includes further integration with Kubernetes, enhancements for big data and virtualisation, and service support for SMBs.
The rise of Flash-to-Flash-to-Cloud backup
"Business leaders must strategically align their data storage practices with the role they want data to play in the wider organisation."
University of Auckland signs deal with Dropbox to drive collaborative research
"Dropbox meets our security needs while also providing our researchers with enhanced levels of governance and control over their data."
AWS announces the general availability of AWS Ground Station
Once customers upload satellite commands and data through AWS Ground Station, they can supposedly download large amounts of data over the high-speed AWS Ground Station network.
Informatica deepens integration with Google Cloud
The data management company has connected its solutions with Google Cloud’s big data analytics solutions.
Integrating data into decision-making from the ground up
In order to implement a change that can be sustained, organisations need to find a way to embed it into their culture.
Porirua City Council adopts Datacom’s new software solution
Porirua City Council is the first New Zealand council to go live with Datacom’s smart council and community cloud-based solution.
Fujitsu develops automatic labelling technology to accelerate AI
Fujitsu has supposedly enabled the automatic creation of highly accurate training data.
Guiyang investing big to become China’s big data hub
After years of effort, Guiyang is now beginning to see greater recognition from home and abroad.
Western Digital addresses increasing data demands
High capacity storage, typically used in cars for storing map data, application software and user information is now finding its way into next-gen auto applications.
How the world wide web gave birth to the internet of things
The World Wide Web recently turned 30 – an apt time to reminisce about the incredible impact Sir Tim Berners-Lee has had on the world beyond the World Wide Web.
Qlik appoints former OneLogin VP as its new APAC leader
“I’m excited about the opportunity to expand Qlik’s business in this diverse market and region,” says Thomas.
SWIFT launches a new investigation and resolution service
The new capability allows for dynamic query handling between banks on the SWIFT network.
Apache expands infrastructure with GitHub integration
“We’re proud to have such a long-standing member of the open source community migrate to GitHub."
Dell and Orange collaborate for multi-access edge transformation
“We’re working closely with Orange to combine our joint Telco best practices with decades of data centre transformation experience."
Informatica announces streaming solution for hybrid data management
“Our customers rely on streaming data management for everything from fraud alert detection to dynamic pricing and offers."
How the 5G telco market is transforming with lessons learned from the enterprise
"This transformation is using a long legacy of all-IP networks and standard IT infrastructures and it exposes the wireless core network to familiar vulnerabilities."
Data Literacy: Why it should matter to business leaders
Data literacy is the ability of individuals to effectively consume data.
Why iPaaS and APIs are gaining a foothold in Australian organisations
"Huge growth is expected for the iPaaS market, fuelled by drivers like IoT, B2B, APIs and SaaS applications."
Why businesses need to start implementing AI
"By next year, AI-driven companies will be taking US$1.2 trillion of business revenue away from their rivals."
OneSmart unveils AI-driven education products
Integrating innovative new technology into products significantly improves the educational experience.
The fight for power in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
"Like the industrial revolutions before it, the Fourth Industrial Revolution highlights the role of new technologies in society."
Smarter cities through cross-border and G2G collaborations
"As countries race ahead in their bid to accelerate smart city development through industrialisation, the environment and ultimately humanity is paying the price for this phenomenon."
Going from great to greater – from big data to big impact
Australian businesses appear to be lagging the rest of the world in data analytics – the primary way of making sense of the 2.5 quintillion bytes of data we create globally, every day.